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Bunnell pitcher Ronnie Rossomando delivers to the plate during his teams 2-1 ten inning defeat of rival Stratford at Bunnell High School in Stratford, Conn on Monday, May 18, 2015.

CIAC Baseball Semifinal Capsules

Tuesday LL at Muzzy Field, Bristol No. 8 Norwalk 18-5 (FCIAC) vs. No. 4 Staples 19-4 (FCIAC); 3:30 p.m.   How they got here Norwalk: Def. Bristol Central 3-2; Wilton 6-5; NFA 2-1 Staples: Def. Hamden

Amity wins Class LL again

MIDDLETOWN — A four-run sixth inning lifted Amity to an 8-2 win over Southington and the CIAC Class LL championship Sunday at Palmer Field. The Spartans (19-9) won their fourth CIAC title. They

Darien ends historic season in Class L quarterfinals

Football may own the greatest claim in sports to being a “game of inches”, but Darien baseball’s season-ending loss to No. 2 Law Friday, following a 15-5 regular season that was the program’s best

Prep’s defense too nasty for Cheshire

Coaches love to see their teams fire well-rounded performances at their opposition on Game Day. They like to see a crisp offense execute their carefully crafted game plan, move the ball consistently

Connecticut All-Stars to Play Massachusetts Saturday

The Connecticut Senior and Junior Baseball All-Star teams will play All-Star squads from Massachusetts Saturday at Tufts University in Medford, Mass. The Seniors will play at 11 a.m., and the Juniors

The Dugout Awards

Former Hearst colleague Mike Cardillo began the Hoop awards for basketball so let’s carry that over to baseball with the first of what I hope is many Dugout Awards. The 2013 baseball season wrapped

Tournament update: The finals are coming

We will see what Tropical Storm Andrea has to say about when the games are played but the championship games for all four classes are scheduled for Palmer Field in Middletown Friday and Saturday. All

Handshakes: Southington knocks Trumbull out of Class LL

Quick, name a better field to watch baseball at in Connecticut that Muzzy Field in Bristol. It’s impossible, so stop trying. It’s as old school as old school gets and just getting¬† a chance to sit in

State tournament update: Semifinals

We are down to the final four, well final 16 officially, and there are some terrific matchups coming on Tuesday in the most historic ballparks the state has to offer. Semifinals Tuesday Class LL at

Handshakes: Concato tosses a gem

For the second straight season the Greenwich baseball team ran into a great pitcher in the quarterfinals of the Class LL tournament and for the second straight season they were sent packing, losing to